Making even small changes to your diet can have big consequences for your health. These tips can help you clean up your diet for a healthier you.

Read labels: Just because something may claim to be healthy does not in fact mean it is. Take a peek at your favorite snack’s label, paying attention to the nutrition facts and ingredients, it may not be as healthy as you think it is.
Meal prep: Preparing your meals in advance is a helpful way to ensure you’re eating well all week long. Before your week begins, cook up a variety of vegetables, meats and grains. Then place them in containers and refrigerate. All you have to do is heat and enjoy!
Pack your lunch: Avoid grabbing fast food during your lunch hour. Not only are you eating food that isn’t healthy for you, but those fast food bills can start to add up.
Cut sugar in favor of other flavors: Your baked goods will be less sweet, but you can compensate by increasing other ingredients to add more flavor such as vanilla, cloves, nutmeg, or cinnamon.